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congressional candidate on monday, democrat wendy rosen withdrew from the race after her own party accused her of party leaders say rosen is registered to vote in both maryland and florida and cast ballots in both states in two prior elections. now, with just weeks to go before election day,, democrats are searching for a new candidate. its too late to ggt rosen's name off the ballot. but we're told the states democratic party ould name a new congressional candidatt as soon as today. (1:11:17) "the maryyand democratic party blew the whistle on wendy rosen. where on monday the democrats democratic voters in the first diitrict to vote against the democratic candidate. there will be a write-in candidatt in" instead." prosecutors aren't confirming whether they are investigating wendy rosen. because the allegations date backkmore than five years....some legal ooservers believe the statute of limitations may have run out. it's up to the senate now... to pass a short-term spending &pplan... thht would keep the u-s government funded through march.last night.. the houue
wendy rosen withdrew from the race after her own party voter fraud. partyy leaddrs say rosen is registereddto vote in both maryland and florida and cast ballots in both states in two prior elections. now, with less than eight weeks to go before election day, democrats are searching for a new candidate. its too late to get rosen's name off the ballott (1:11:17) "the maryland democratic party blew the whistle on wendy rosen. you had this odd situation where on monday the democrats issued a press release asking democratic voters in the first diitrict to vote against the democratii candidate. there will be a write-in candidate instead." prosecutors have yet tt confirm whether they are investigating wendy rosen. because the allegations date back more than five years....some legal observers believe the statute of limitations may have run out. jeff abell, foxx45, news pt five. less than 2 months to the november elections.. and in maryland one of the most controversial ballot issues will be the maryland dream act. it is the topic of a town hall meeting in the fox45
and killed a father and his daughter with his suv pleaded guilty today. david rosen will be sentenced next month, and the victim's family will be pushing for the maximum penalty. >> i hope he receives a big punishment, and it's going to be hard to deal with this moving forward. >> reporter: julian and his two daughters were riding their bicycles in concord when they were struck. the teen driver was going more than 70 miles an hour. the older sister was injured by survived. rosen was charged with felony gross vehicular manslaughter. the attorney says he is not impressed by rosen's offer to apologize. >> i can't help but wonder, is this to get a better deal so the judge gives you less time? is that what you're trying to do here? >> reporter: regardless of what the judge feels, the prosecutor says rosen likely will serve only three years >> juvenile court jurisdiction for this type of offense expires at age 21. >> reporter: the family says the law is frustrating. but they admit they are grateful they will not have to endure a trial. >> the past six months i've had to bury two family member, a
to cousins and friends."laferla...was defeated by wendy rosen...in the democratic primary..uu rosen...has withdrawn from the race...amid allegations...she registered...and voted...in both maryland....and florida...in 2006...and2208. but because...the eeection is just seven weeks away... rosen's name...is still on the ballot. so...with the blessing of the maryland democratic party...laferla...is now...a write-in candidate.he says...he and incumbant andy harris...aremiles apart on many issues.laferla...says he fully supports the affordable care act...better known...as "obamacare."((aferla) "look, is it perfect, no, but is it a big step forward, absolltely and we need to move forward and make it riggt."(rydell) ((nats))and at the commerce street 3 creamery...that's also a view shared by some patronn. (shaw) chance in hell (why is that) he's a great guy, andy's just entrenched and he's a republican, this is a republican district."(coulby) "a write-in in general a difficult thing especially when you're going against an harris."(laferla) "but yes, it's an uphill battle, there's no ques
. >> thank you, sir. >> david hathaway, brian rosen, last speaker barry corngold. >> good afternoon, mr. hathaway. >> good afternoon. i have been driving a cab for20 years and been on the list for 16 years and currently no. 17 on the medallion waiting list. i kind of look at this along with the medallion proposal thing, giving the medallions directly to the companies. and i feel like it's a time when we're under tremendous financial pressure from non-san francisco-regular regulated services. that is a huge financial windfall for naught and cab companies. drivers are kind of the life blood of this. we're the ones pumping the money and picking up the people through the cab companies and i feel, i don't know, i feel like i am kind of left in the dark here as to what is going on as far as this. i just asked you to tread lightly on the drivers. and have consideration for those who have been driving in the city for a long time. i mean, i feel like i have earned a medallion driving a cab here. thank you. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> brian rosen. barry goldgold. >> hi, brian rosen. i have
by chris stevens. james rosen that piece of the puzzle and reaction over its use. >> reporter: at issue here is a hard bound book containing seven pages of handwritten notes made by ambassador steens. cnn says correspondent found the journal on consulate grounds three days after the attack there. in his notes stevens reportedly expressed concern about never ending security threats and he was worried that he was placed on al-qaeda hit list. asked if he cabled back the concerns. state department that the f.b.i. is investigating however a former ambassador told fox news megyn kelly that the contents of the stevens journal may expose a failing to the approach to the region. >> i'm sure if he believed that security was a problem he would have informed the state department's diplomatic security bureau and should have taken the necessary steps. the fact that he and three other americans were killed by definition shows there was massive failure of security. >> reporter: at first cnn only cited an individual familiar with his thinking. anderson cooper exposed the existence of the journal an aide
matters website to attack the department of justice critics. fox news correspondent james rosen has that story. >> reporter: six months ago judson phillips advanced the claim hotly disputed by the obama administration that operation fast and furious was designed to usher in draconian gun control laws. someone was watching closely because tracy smaller e-mailed a transcript to deputy research director of media matters. you see this, he wrote. completely false. wide receiver, hernandez, launched under a the george bush administration put this to a lie. by that afternoon. website featured this blog post critical of the philips segment. that attorney general's advisors have worked so closely is the chief revelation of 69 pages of doj documented that they provided under the freedom of information act to the conservative paper the daily caller. >> it's an attempt to lie and in one case spokesman for just department e-mailing and saying why don't you do a story on this. i saw something on fox and why don't you attack it. >> founded by david broblg turned liberal tweaflt. it's a tax ex that
2012 report, following the abrupt withdrawal of democrat wendy rosen from maryland's first district congressional race, a new candidate is entering the race. john laferla, who lost the democratic primary to rosen by less than 1%, says he will run as a write-in candidate. rosen withdrew on monday after the party learned she voted in maryland and florida in 2006 and 2008. is waiting to hear whether the state democratic party will name him as the candidate to run. andy harris says he will hold town hall meetings in place of debates without rosen. >> threats of a lawsuit made against a woman who came forward in a sexual harassment case against john leopold. >> it is another sign of the intensity of the legal battle involving anne arundel county leopold and a former employee. karla hamner is suing the county claiming sexual harassment by leopold and wrongful termination. but a female employee on medical leave is facing threats of a lawsuit for allegations she made in an affidavit about leopold and other top staff members. we asked county councilman jamie have vanoit about it. >> it's obv
fast and furious." furious." james rosen explains why the report has already cost ooe top justice official their job. job. testifying before the house oversight and government &preform committee... jjstice department inspector general michael horowitz told lawmakers... that officials in the u-s attorney's office and the phoenix field officc of the bureau offalcohol, tobacco and firearms badly mismanaged the gun-smuggling investigation known as "operation fast and furious"... and displayed a disregard for the safety of citiaens living on both sides of the southwestern border.horowitz says: "we found that no one responsible for the case // raised a serious question or concern about the government not taking earlier measures to ddsrupt a firearms trafficking operation." during that operation... agents lost track of nearly 2-thousand weapons, mostly ak-47 assault rifles. two such weapons were found at tte murder scenn in late 20-10, of u-s border patrol agent brian terry. committee chaiiman darrel issa praised the inspector general's reeort as a step toward the restoration of faith i
. james rosen continues our coverage from charlotte tonight. what else are we expected president clinton to say, james? >> shep, we expect the former president to try to draw a stark contrast between this convention and the one that unfolded last week. he will say, among other things, and i quote. in tampa the republic argument against the president's re-election was pretty simple. we left them a total mess. he hasn't finished cleaning it it up yet. so fire him and put us back in. mr. clinton will go on to say i like the argument for president obama's re-election a lot better. he inherited a deeply damaged economy. put a floor under the crash. began the long hard road to recovery and laid the foundation for a more modern, more well balanced economy. unquote. we can expect him to tackle head on this charge mitt romney leveled against president obama that he gutted welfare reform. that rebuke will come from the architect of welfare reform bill clinton himself. >> shepard: so presidents clinton and obama are pals now? [ laughter ] >> i don't know that i would put it that way. i would think
party. >> then the democratic strategist hillary rosen appearing on cnn delivered just what the romney campaign was looking for. a countergaffe. >> what you have is mitt romney running around the country saying well, my wife tells me what women care about are economic issues. when i listen to my wife, that's what i'm hearing. guess what? his wife has actually never worked a day in her life. >> not quite as bad as limbaugh, but enough to energize the gaffe seekers supporting romney. >> the comments hillary rosen made today have awakened many mama grizzlies across the nation. >> this is how the democratic party thinks of women unless they're career women and have foreign nannies. >> how many tweets? >> thousands within a couple of hours. >> who is following those tweets and how does it jump from twitter to another mediaimmedim? >> the way it jumps is that news producers see it. news producers are on twitter and reporters are on twitter. so if something happens late at night, it becomes fodder for the morning news shows. >> the next step was all but immediate. the president, the first lad
political correspondents john roberts, james rosen on the floor. all right, rosen, begin with you. what's the most interesting thing you saw today. >> well, bill, there were a lot of interesting cameos on the floor from the olympic athletes gaby douglas on the other way of the excitement spectrum michael dukakis, the big event we are all waiting for right now is former president bill clinton and who is going to place the nomination of barack obama formally tonight will be the first time we have ever seen a former president do that for a sitting president. we have some indication of what he is going to say. we know, for example, that is he going to take head on tackle head on this charge that mitt romney has leveled that barack obama somehow gutted welfare reform. and, also, we have gotten a few excerpts from the speech and can i quote to you from what bill clinton is going to say quote: in tamp parks the republic argument against the president's re-election was pretty simple, mr. clinton is going to say, we left him a total mess, he hasn't finished cleaning it up yet so fire him and pu
. >> hillary rosen is intimately familiar with the gaffe seekers both as a target and as a political operator herself. >> as a democratic strategist who is on tv with my opinions, i'm very often going to media matters for the depth of research on an issue. >> describe what they do. >> what media matters does or brent boozele's outfit does is they have instantly at their fingertips four or five years of mitt romney video clips and quotes and tapes of what he has said in the past. >> same thing on the other side, right? >> you count on those organizations essentially to be research arms for our partisanship. >> so they're feeding the sausage machine? >> absolutely. >> which brings to mind the old chestnut, that the laws are like sausages. it's best not to see them being made. all you really need to know that a 30-year-old law student, sandra fluk, was not permitted to testify on this all-men panel of clergy and thee engines last february. a few days later house democrats convened a special meeting on the steering and policy committee so sandra could complain judge her catholic university george
? joining me cnn political contributor hillary rosen, "times" editor henry padgett. henry, let me start with you. you studied these figures. does he get a pass, mitt romney? seems to me just looking at them, anyone that gives $4 million to charity in one year, you can hardly accuse him of milking the system too much, can you? >> that's right. that's impressive. he's been very generous, given a lot away. certainly it could have been worse if they had to say look, there were three years where he paid no taxes. that would have been a monstrous story. on the other hand, 14% tax, 20% tax rate, vastly below what a normal person would be paying on ordinary income and part of what romney has done so effectively has been effectively to shelter his income as investments and pay a much lower tax rate. >> can you do that if you're a very wealthy guy or woman? is that the bottom line? >> that's the real message when you dig into the tax returns that have been released, the tremendous sophistication and expense required to effectively avoid taxes as well as he has. that's not available to everybody i
collision in concord. suvs slated to the bicycles in the world. the fcc's driver david rosen is to the juvenile court today. a separate system and is recovering from of of what's the umpires and the city in seven years. health officials say he was infected locally because he has not troubled recently. the bay area has had four cases of the virus this year. it's clear in san francisco because of the steep ascent carry the seeds preferred a warmer climate. surveillance video and the civic center station shows and what happened. lord says some debris on the truck cost 8,000 v electrical work. as a and see if some people scrambling. two people complained of smoke inhalation. >>> but was the utility's message yesterday. it's a francisco court room and will decide whether pg&e will be held responsible for the 2010 disaster and price could reach hundreds of 20's of millions of dollars. safety violations led to that explosion appeared set and new event vacation. officials said the focus would be on the company's plan to protect workers in the event of a pipe leak at a one that led to
....//john... rydell ...joins us... with the latest../. first... district race...john.... peff...democrat.. wendy rosen.... haswithdrrwn... froo the race.... amid "registeeed"...and "voted"... in both maryland...and florida..so democrats...are now...throwing...their support...behind...a notteecandidate. hees dr. john "laferla"... who chestertown.he ran... in he democratic primary...but lost... by only 50-votes.but because wendyyrosen... hasjust her name...will still...be on the ballot.so democrats...have decided...to have "dr. laferla" rrn...as write-in candidate.but he admits...he efforts to defeat...republican incumbant... andyyharris. (laferla) "i can tell you that delivered 700 babies in chestertown and theye all have moms and dads and they all talk to couuins and friends, so we go to get the word out, but yes, it's an uphill battle, therees no question about it." no "write-in" candidate has ever beenelected...to a major office in maryland...at least...not... in modern history.john rydell... fox 45 news at five. p striking... teachers... innchicago... get... support ... from baltimore.
are without a first distric congresssonal candidate candidate on monday... democrat wendy rosen withdrew from the race after hhr own party accused her of committing voter fraad. party leaders say rosen is registered to vote in both maryland and florida and cast ballots in both states in two prior elections. now... with just weeks to go before eleetion day... democrats are searching for a new candidate. its too late to get &prosen's name off the ballot. but we're told the states new congressional candidate as - (1:11:17)"the maryland democratic party blew the whhstle on wendy rosen. you had this odd situation where on monday the democrats issued a press release asking democratic voters in the first district to vote against the democratic candidate. there will be a write-in candidate in" inntead." prosecutors aren't confirming whether they are investigating wendy rrsen. because the allegations date back more than five years... some legal observers limitations may have run out. more moving vans went in and out of d-c this summer... than any other city in the country. couutry
, but you will see more of her in the september-october time frame. hillary rosen, you know, attacked her, and that made ann much more visible to the american people, which i think was very helpful. it gave her a platform that she would not have had otherwise. and i agree with you, i think she will be extraordinarily helpful. >> people who friended her on facebook or whatever happened after the rosen thing, just -- that shows you the value of social networking, and just, like, how important media can be. >> she is out there. she is ready to raise money in those places. there are some benefits. i will have some desert. \[applause/] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> this morning at 10:00 eastern, janet napolitano will be testifying on the senate homeland security hearing. the senate comes in at 10:00 to work on a veterans' jobs bill and on c-span 3, the senate confirmation hearing for the ambassador to iraq nominee. live coverage begins at 9:30.
rosen has that story. >> reporter: six months ago judson phillips advanced the claim hotly disputed by the obama administration that operation fast and furious was designed to usher in draconian gun control laws. someone was watching closely because tracy smaller e-mailed a transcript to deputy research director of media matters. you see this, he wrote. completely false. wide receiver, hernandez, launched under a the george bush administration put this to a lie. by that afternoon. website featured this blog post critical of the philips segment. that attorney general's advisors have worked so closely is the chief revelation of 69 pages of doj documented that they provided under the freedom of information act to the conservative paper the daily caller. >> it's an attempt to lie and in one case spokesman for just department e-mailing and saying why don't you do a story on this. i saw something on fox and why don't you attack it. >> founded by david broblg turned liberal tweaflt. it's a tax ex that eblgs poses media bias. it was written in part by george soros is the destruction of fox
. >> the democrats lose a candidate. wendy rosen has dropped out. >> ravens players will be at art modell's funeral today. modell's funeral today. >> [ female announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits on their own are amazing, but press out some biscuit dough, add some sauce and some pepperoni and cheese and monday's dinner is now a grands mini pizza party. pillsbury grands biscuits. let the making begin. that's been wrapped in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. >> good morning, everybody. welcome back to 11 news today. i'm stan stovall. >> and i'm mindy basara. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. it feels like fall and we are loving it. >> we're starting out with temperatures in the upper 40's and low 50's. sunshine all day. it is about as nice as a gets this time of year. >> the man credited with bringing football back to baltimore will be laid to rest today. >> kim dace
rosen is in dc news room. hello, james. >> good evening. the department of justice turned over 69 pages of materials to the conservative web site, the daily caller. these documents obtained under the freedom of information act include multiple e-mails to and from a woman named tracy smaller. she is the director of doj's office of public affairs. and these e-mails show her corresponding with various staffers at the liberal outfit, media matters. the e-mails show she sometimes obliged meet i can't matters' requests for documents used to undermine the credibility of fox news incidents presents and obama administration critics: but also sometimes she reached out to them on her own. >> one case we have the spokesman from the justice department e-mailing media matters and saying, in effect, why don't you do a story on this? i saw something on fox and i don't like it and why don't you attack it? i'm sure they're watching this right now. i don't think there is any question about it. >> six months ago, the e-mails show, after tea party figure appeared on fox news to advance the disputed claim th
rosen, nyu or other one saying hey, press, get tough on the republicans, hash tag romney ryan. >> why didn't romney mention the fact we have 48,000 troops in a war right now and acknowledged, and bill crystal couldn't believe what was lack. >> for every bill kristol, and they'll be-- >> and accusing the republican national committee of race baiting and the l.a. times had a headline, republican national convention puts a brown face on a white party. is this race baiting by the media? >> i was struck by the coverage of nbc, and m. snbc, how unabashedly biased it was. has a point of view and clearly came out on the coverage whether it was tom brokaw speaking about backward looking speech, about a man who is less inclusive than his father, to saying things that made joe scarboro and miss brasinski uncomfortable on morning joe. >> and got the opinions through. >>, but they're supposed to have straight coverage of a convention, hard to find that on nbc. >> and david challion, the former, now former head of yahoo! news, washington bureau, who was overheard on an abc webcast saying the romney
foods and spices to yoga, acupuncture and massage. dr. lawrence rosen is one of the experts leading the way on this. his new book, "treatment alternatives for children" focuses on treatments for children. such an interesting topic. a lot of people talking about this. tell us what kind of things we are talking about here and why try some of these over say, pills and real medicine? >> it's a great question. i came to the book through one of the parents in my practice who said, you know, on a daily basis, we are talking with families about not just conventional medicines but things we found in our kitchen cabinets that are good for children's health. we are finding ways now to integrate spices and common ingredients you might cook with for health of childn. we are understanding why they work and if they are safe. in many cases, very effective. >> there's one part in your book where you have specific treatments. ten spice rack resources that we should turn to. we have the list to share with viewers at home. one of them is cayenne pepper. that really caught my attention. what is so good
on the sidewalk. a man and his 90 year-old daughter killed the driver david rosen charged as a juvenile and expects to plead guilty to vehicular manslaughter. >>> it can be anybody and anybody's family income just happen my heart goes out to their family >>> anne mackovic cbs 5 >>> one of the dead is days in in iraq this year insurgents have killed 90 people and injured 360 in attacks on security forces. no group and it'd be clan responsibility but iraq's interior ministry blamed al qaeda. pakistan says it has pushed militants back across the border into afghanistan this comes after more than two weeks of fighting in the madness region the u.s. as more than 100 people killed in the offensive. the u.s. is called on afghan and that of forces to do more from crossing into the country. one of the american commandos to help kill osama bin laden's talks about the mission, in an interview with 60 minutes the former navy seal talks about he took pictures to prove osama bin laden's was dead. >>> these are the most important voters i would take so make sure i did it right and get good and goals
bicycles a man and his nine year-old daughter killed. the driver david rosen charged as a juvenile and expected to plead guilty to the command slaughter. >>> it could be anybody and anybody's family it can just happened my heart goes out to their families. >>> anne mackovic cbs 5 >>> one of the american commandos to help kill osama bin laden's talks about the mission, in an interview with 60 men is the former navy seal describes how he took the pictures to prove osama bin laden's dead. >>> i fear these of the most important photos i would ever take cell wanted to make sure i did it right with ankles and clean off the face to make it as identifiable as possible. wipe the blood off and took photos >>> what in the blood of osama bin laden's face a new shut pages of his face in profile can you describe what they look like >>> pretty gruesome. >>> the former navy seal has written a book that goes on sale this week under the pen name mark owen you can see the in it interview on 60 minutes on cbs 5. how a san bruno offered honors the memory of those killed in the pipeline explosion. a ba
and business accounts. >>> wendy rosen has quit the race for a house seat in maryland. "the washington post" reports her own party said she committed fraud voting in maryland and florida in recent elections. >>> nicki minaj says she did not endorse romney. she sent a tweet saying she supported president obama and thanked him for understanding my sarcasm. that's your morning dish of scrambled politics. >>> last time on the rachel maddow show, the professor of political law and science in california talked about republican efforts to stop voter fraud. he doubts their sincerity and feels if they are concerned about fraud, they should focus on absentee ballots. >> if you look at the measures taken to prevent fraud, if that was the concern, we wouldn't see a push for voter id. the only kind of fraud it prevents is impersonation. i looked in my boom to find a single election that was affects and couldn't find one. we see absentee ballot fraud every year. there's not a proposal to cut back on that. i don't think there should be. if you were serious about fraud, it would be at the top of the list,
. >> good afternoon, commissioner, my name is james rosen fill, i bet you wouldn't mind hearing from people that they wouldn't use their three minutes. i have been working for a while, i'm building a model for community participation, to help answer the questions what does the community want without having to sit through everyone saying and having to sit through a long meeting and i am running a test and i want to emphasize this is a test, this is a model that i've been working on for a while, i worked with politicians and the idea is -- the question is how do we get a fair example of what the critical mass is really interested in for their community very specifically, the test i'm running is called minimum viable product. it's extremely minimal when you go to the site, you'll see that, i'll hand these out, it is not launched yet, i will start publicizing it next week, it's for upper market, one of the top issues i'm dealing with is the public immunity, so we'll start that conversation nester -- next week, so we're looking at a number of thing, some of them will be real estate and trying t
michael rosen, try to reach out and see if we can find a resolution of that litigation between them and penn state. >> back to aurora, $5 million is the fund. 58 wounded and 12 dead, will there need to be some money to help fill in the gap there or is it all there ready to go? >> i think it's there. now, there may be other programs quite apart from this $5 million fund that might be also assisting victims, but the real question in colorado will be how do you take a limited amount -- a relatively limited amount of money and distribute it as best you can to the dead and to the physically injured. this will be not easy. but we do have virginia tech as a model where the families of the deceased all got the same amount and the physically injured were paid based on how long they were in the hospital. we may do something like that in colorado. >> what about the suspect in the case in colorado, james holmes. i'm not sure what his assets are if he even has any. could you go after him and his estate personally for compensation? >> that's tilting the wind mills. have i have nothing to do with
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